DL Hughley was the epitome of a proud father as he posed with his look-alike son Kyle in a sweet photo he shared on the young man's birthday. Check out their sweet bond!
When DL Hughley and his son Kyle come together, epic memories are made. The comedian and actor recently took to Instagram to share one such sweet memory with his son.
The father and son duo was all smiles as Kyle came up from behind his father and hugged him. He looked handsome in a printed black tee and a blue cap as he showed love to his father.
THE HANDSOME DUO
Hughley looked cool in a denim jacket, which he paired with a printed white tee. He had headphones around his neck that matched the color of the hat he was wearing.
Wishing Kyle a happy birthday, Hughley penned a touching message to let him know how much he loves him and called him one of the best things he has ever been a part of.
HUGHLEY HAD ANOTHER SON
Kyle is the only surviving son of Hugley. He once revealed in a podcast that he lost a son he had with a woman other than his wife, and it was a pretty tragic story.
Earlier this year, Hughley found himself in a life-threatening situation when he collapsed on stage due to COVID-19.
HOW HE LOST HIM
Apparently, the woman's boyfriend killed the baby. It was one of the worst experiences that Hugley ever went through. He was married back then and his career had just taken off.
It was his friend who told him that his son was in the hospital. When the actor went there, he found out that the baby boy's brain had been damaged after his mother's boyfriend violently shook him.
Hughley kept the news a secret from his wife for years. When he did tell her the story, she supported him without judgment. She would have gone through it with him had he told her earlier.
The actor cannot think of the incident without a heavy heart, but as time went by, he found himself immersed in the role of being a father to his three other children.
A HEALTH SCARE
Earlier this year, Hughley found himself in a life-threatening situation when he collapsed on stage due to COVID-19. He beat himself up for potentially endangering other people's life.
Soon, Kyle was diagnosed with the virus. He had been around his father a lot, and he was asymptomatic after testing positive. Thankfully, the father and son have recovered now.
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